This weekend managed to be fairly productive. Saturday my roommate, Matt, and I tilled our garden and I finished my hops trellis. Sunday we planted the garden and returned our borrowed rototiller. It should only be a matter of time before we are flush with excellent produce. The climate in SC allows for a very long growing season so we'll probably do a replanting this summer to take advantage of the warm fall weather. When my hops rhizomes arrive at the end of the month our garden will be "produce complete".
Sunday night the four of us in the house went to see our friend Holly perform in the Vagina Monologues. We almost didn't get in because of the small theater it was being shown in. The Clemson ladies that performed it did an excellent job and I'd recommend seeing it if you get the chance.
It's good that so much got done this weekend as regatta season for Clemson Crew kicks off next Saturday in Aiken, SC with the Southeastern Regional Collegiate Sprints. In addition to being my first regatta as an assistant coach, I'll be racing the unusually popular Open Men's 1x.